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The Party Is Heating Up In Esperanza
By Oliver Pérez

Show horses, bull riding championships, dancing and competitions are part of the schedule of events to enjoy from December 17th to the 20th in the popular Fiesta of La Esperanza of Nosara.

The area’s Association of Development organizes the celebrations and their resources will be invested in the construction of the multipurpose parlor, whose cost has increased to some ¢100 million.
President of the Association Isidro López invites the community to participate in the festivities and further hopes that the neighboring communities come join in and celebrate.

The activities begin on Thursday the 17th in the party epicenter, beginning at midday with the sounding of the cannons.

At 6:00pm the first bull riding is scheduled at La Nueva Esperanza.

On Friday the 18th the La Nueva Esperaza and Edgar Jiménez estates will be hand in hand.

On Saturday, the atmosphere reaches its hottest point with the commencement of the bull riding competition. Bulls from Los Beljuqueños and El Puyego farms will be ridden by the areas professionals, Los Sancarleños.

On the last day La Nueva Esperanza estate and Cerro Negro 4-20 will close the festivities. During the morning there will be soccer games.

For the horse show lovers out there, the Belijugeños horses will begin their procession at 12:00pm leaving from Linda Cox’s place and arriving at the fair center.

The Proyecto Uno mobile disco will play music every night of the festivities under the tent. The coronation of the queen will also be held there.

To keep the party going strong, the organizers invited the Tigrillos group to present a rancher spectacle, and the same group will do contests with the public.

“We’re preparing a good party for the visitors to enjoy. We invite everyone to come, participate and collaborate” invited López. Keep in mind that the parking service for cars will cost ¢2.000 and motorcycles ¢1.000, with the proceeds going to the community Soccer School.

To see the bull riding, the entry fee on Thursday and Friday will be ¢1.500 for the ring and ¢2.000 for the bleachers. During Saturday and Sunday they’ll charge ¢2.000 for the ring and ¢3.000 for the bleachers. Children under 6 years get in for free.

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